Cybersecurity training targets Colorado Springs’ Veterans

Cybersecurity training targets Colorado Springs’ Veterans

SecureSet Academy is taking it CORE Technical Bootcamp on the road to Colorado Springs targeting local veterans and other technology professionals who want to move into the fast-growing industry. The 36-week class that begins Jan. 30 is designed to prepare workers to get jobs that according to SecurSet Academy president and CEO, Brett Fund, pay annual salaries between $60,000 and $85,000 in an industry that is expected to have up to 1.5 million unfilled jobs within two years.Bret Fund, founder, president and CEO of SecureSet Academy.

FILE – In this Feb. 27, 2013, file photo illustration, hands type on a computer keyboard in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File) A Denver-based cybersecurity training program is expanding to Colorado Springs with a 36-week class that begins Jan. 30 and is targeted at local veterans and other […]

Galvanize take data science education to CDOT

Galvanize take data science education to CDOT

The science of transportation has long been about traffic data as well as the physics of structural engineering. CDOT has teamed up with Galvanize to accelerate their data science capabilities while allowing Galvanize to grab a large traffic data set to educate students.

Otto, a self-driving truck maker partnered with Uber, transported the beer from the Fort Collins CDOT Fort Collins weigh station 120 miles south to Colorado Springs on Oct. 20, 2016. LAS VEGAS The bad news: Colorado’s traffic congestion is getting worse and building billions of dollars worth of new […]

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Vote YES on Amendment 66

Colorado voters must end the decline in public education funding and the first step is to pass Amendment 66.  All of Colorado’s children deserve a first rate education. Yes, we can continue to import educated, skilled workers, but that is starting to cost more and is unfair to our children.


Penn State’s Path Forward is Difficult but Obvious

Former FBI Director Louis Freeh states clearly that the four leaders (Graham Spanier, Joe Paterno, Gary Schultz, and Tim Curley) responsible for handling the allegations against Sandusky did little if anything to protect the victims, while doing much to prevent damage to Penn State’s reputation. Unconscionable!

Will the new leadership step up and accept the reports findings? They need to help the victims and work to not only ensure this does not happen again at Penn State, but to prevent if from happening anywhere.

Five Technology Titans Support Education

Melissa Jun Rowley describes how five industry giants are supporting education around the world.

To make digital more accessible, and to enable people to stay competitive in the global economy, a number of tech and media companies are working to level the online playing field all around the world. Here are five of them.

1. Microsoft Shapes the Future

2. Intel’s 10 Million Teachers

3. Comcast and the FCC Provide Internet Essentials

4. Time Warner Cable Connects a Million Minds

5. Hewlett Packard’s HP Catalyst Initiative